Race Entry Fee Includes
Race Entry includes custom T-shirt, free swim caps, free samples, other free-bees and informative coupons and sponsor info.
Awards will be given to the top three overall male and female racers. Awards will also be given out to the top three racers in each age groups, Athena, Clydesdale as well as the first place in Male, Female and Co-ed Relay Teams.
USAT MANDATE - Mandatory, you must either pay $10.00 for single entry or $30.00 for relay team or have a USAT Card - current membership and ID- with you for race packet pickup. No card with you, you will have to pay $10.00 for single or $30.00 Relay Team - NO EXCEPTIONS!
Age groups male & female:
14-19 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64 65-69 70+
Clydesdale (Male over 200 lbs)
Athena (Female over 160 lbs)
Relays: All male, All female, and Co-ed teams 2-3 members per team.
Swim Wave Starts
Wave 1: 7:30 AM Elite, Male & Female
Wave 2: 7:35 AM Men 29 and under
Wave 3: 7:40 AM Men 30-34
Wave 4: 7:45 AM Women 34 and under
Wave 5: 7:50 AM Men 35-39
Wave 6: 7:55 AM Men 40-49
Wave 7: 8:00 AM Men 50 and over
Wave 8: 8:05 AM Women 35 and over, All Relay Teams, Clydesdales and Athena
The Swim: The course will be set by our swim director Paul Dribnock and will be a one loop, 1.5km (.94 mile) course marked often with buoys. The course will be marshaled by race staff and trained life guards. Typically the water is the perfect temperature to wear a wet suit and not have to worry about over-heating or being too cold. The water is completely free of current, wind, or other potential natural hazards. Wetsuits are are not mandatory.
As with our Metro Triathlon, the bike course at the Reservoir Triathlon will be on some of the most famous biking roads in the Santa Clara Valley. The race will have gently rolling hills and one steep climb. These are the roads that members from SVTC, TRIbe, Kain Performance, Team In Training, Wolfpack, and Specialized ride on every week of the year. The course is 40km (24.8 miles) long.
The best part of the run course, in our opinion, is the finish. Not just because you're done with the run, but because it is typically lined on both sides of the street and into the transition area finish with the local multi sport community. Again, the course will be 10km (6.2 miles) and flat to a couple of “stride breakers” in the form of rolling hills.
The Finish includes a huge post race expo with all the fixings: great music, exciting race day announcer, free catered food buffet which includes -Pizza, fruit, bagels with shmear, bottled water, beer and more.